Review of Razing Kayne by Julieanne Reeves

Police Officer Kayne Dobrescu had everything he cared about in his life taken away from him two years ago in Razing Kayne. He came home to find his two oldest children dead, his baby missing and watched his wife kill herself. Now he’s working in the mountain town of Payson, Arizona as a State Trooper, […]

Review of A Shiver of Light by Laurell K. Hamilton

Faerie Princess Merry Gentry is finally giving birth in A Shiver of Light.Only instead of twins, she’s having triplets, which comes as quite a surprise to her and the babies fathers. Each of the babies show attributes of multiple fathers, but they won’t know whose each baby really belongs to until the paternity tests come […]

Review of Breaking Free by Teresa Reasor

After her brother is critically wounded while on a mission in Iraq with his SEAL team in Breaking Away, physical therapist Zoe Weaver comes to be by her brother’s side while he’s in a coma. She ends up staying with her brother’s commanding officer, Adam “Hawk” Yazzie. Hawk is determined to find out what happened […]

Review of Trouble in Mudbug by Jana DeLeon

While at the funeral of her mother-in-law Helena Henry, Maryse Robicheaux is surprised to see Helena sit up in her coffin and look around in Trouble in Mudbug. Unfortunately, she’s the only one who sees her and now Helena is insisting she was murdered and wants Maryse to help her find the killer. Maryse is […]

Review of First Kiss by Ann Mayburn

Professional Domme Emma makes a point of only meeting her clients at Kiss of Blue dungeon, but a new client wants her to come to his house in First Kiss,the first installment of Emma’s Arabian Nights. Ryan has been in love with Emma since high school and now that he’s back in town, he can’t pass […]